Hotel Listel Shinjuku
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... Milk Tea, cold and sweet. From that moment I was hooked. Lydia became addicted to sweet little cold coffee cans that were in all the vending machines, that were absolutely everywhere. After 3 nights in Tokyo Lydia and I headed to Shibu Onsen, 4 hours away on the Shinkansen train - one of the Worlds fastest trains that leaves the platform by the digital milisecond! Another great example of Japanese efficiency. Shibu Onsen is a traditional village famous for its onsens - ...
... but we drank champagne we sang out hearts out we laughed we danced and it was absolutely fantastic! They paid again for everything, and it was not cheap they would not let us pay at all, they put us in a cab and told our cabby where to go after giving us big hugs, we waved and waved down the street driving away from them in the cab, it was like meeting your best friend and leaving them we were pretty sad but laughing the whole way home! Like did this night just ...
... most Tokyo Subways).
We took the Narita Express to Shinjuku station (huge and complex) where we then took a taxi to our hotel the Granbell (small rooms clean, good price) but high volume of Chinese tourists that come in at
all hours and talk loudly in the halls at 4:00 am. We didnt realized but Shinjuku is the heart of the Tokyo Red Light Dist. Local Japanese agents told us that it is a dangerous area and
we should ...
Today we slept in. Tokyo is a city that doesn't sleep, and the sleep deprivation caught up with us. Every day we have been heading out 8-9am and coming home midnight and after. There is just so much to do in Tokyo, and you can go and get amazing food at any time of the day.
This morning we walked down to the Emperor Meji shrine, which is in a beautiful outdoor park complex. Large Tori gates welcome you into the park from ...
... of the graves with signs in English describing these styles - an intriguing touch.
The little town surrounding the cemetery had a quiet rustic charm about it. With the priest's minimalist (see photo) but accurate directions we soon found ourselves at the bath house, a white-washed high ceilinged small building. The current exhibition was slightly underwhelming ...the likes of melted wax from a huge candle and scribblings on a piece of wood...if nothing else ...